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Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur Preview

Just over a year ago, Crystal Palace earned a hard fought comeback victory over Tottenham at Selhurst Park in what was Alan Pardew’s first game in charge. 999 more words


Part One: Crystal Palace, a club on the up

After finishing tenth last season and the year before eleventh Alan Pardew’s men are in with a shout of European football if they can get it right as the season enters its crucial phase. 890 more words


All-rounder Yohan Cabaye has been Crystal Palace’s key man in successful campaign

During his first spell in English football with Newcastle, Yohan Cabaye made his name as an attacking midfielder. Since his return from PSG with Crystal Palace, he has found top form in a more defensive role, and the part he has played has been crucial as Palace’s incredible season sees them sit seventh in the league. 426 more words


Stoke v Crystal Palace Preview

By Scott Hunt/@scotthunt92

There’s a lot to smile about at Crystal Palace at the moment. Impressive form on the pitch sees them sitting pretty in sixth place in the Premier League table while good news also came off the pitch this week with the announcement that a pair of American billionaires are set to invest £100m into the club. 728 more words


Crystal Palace 0-1 Sunderland: Defoe's late goal wins all three points

  • Defoe’s 4th PL goal of 2015-16
  • Sunderland 1 point from exiting relegation zone
  • Palace fail in bid to go 6th in PL

While the month of November tends to be a bit early for Sunderland to bother with winning games, and their points in threes, Sam Allardyce’s bunch went away to Crystal Palace on Monday and grabbed a gigantic three points with a 1-0 victory at Selhurst Park. 345 more words

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The penalty taker's advantage

After my post last week about Jamie Vardy’s Shots on Target conversion rate, the Fantasy Premier League manager with whom I had originally been debating – JMO – replied to say that if penalties were removed the Leicester City striker was close to the trend line. 518 more words